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Abuja airport finally shut down to allow for major repair

By Guardian TV
09 March 2017   |   12:25 pm
The 35-year-old Nnamdi Azikwe Airport, Abuja was finally shut down on Wednesday to allow for major repair of its runway. Both foreign and domestic flights have now been diverted to the Kaduna Airport.

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